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Following the recent spate of government resignations about the new Brexit strategy and Theresa May’s subsequent reshuffle of her top team, Tech City is paying close attention to see what comes next.
According to a new survey from the Fraser of Allander Institute, the economic research think tank at the University of Strathclyde, 33% of Scottish firms believe Brexit has had a negative impact on investment and recruitment.
The UK could lose out on hundreds of millions pound a year if Network Rail doesn’t put the brakes on its plan to sell off thousands of railway arches.
Real Business takes a look at how government actions impacted the UK economy in July.
The much trumpeted university student fees and loans concoction is bringing on a scandal of biblical proportions. It embraces fraudulent government accounting, a debased admissions system and an army of disillusioned and over indebted graduates. The good news is the City Grump has a modest proposal.
For all my disappointment in the government when it comes to Brexit, I would like to congratulate Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey for highlighting the importance of work experience and job placements to both young people and employers.
A bad Brexit deal hammering financial services exports could have a bigger impact on regional cities than London.
Businesses are splashing out thousands of pounds on pay hikes and private school fees to tempt vital EU workers to stay in their jobs after Brexit.
SMEs could be in a stronger position to win lucrative public-sector contracts after a damning Parliamentary report into the ineffectiveness of large strategic suppliers.
In his resignation speech, Boris Johnson claimed Britain could still negotiate a strong Brexit deal. But the departure of key government members has done little to rally similar faith from business leaders, says columnist Jan Cavelle.
Prime minister Theresa May has said we have no choice but to protect our EU facing trade from destruction other than to go along with continuing to be a rule taker from the Brussels superstructure. This is grade 1 nonsense, says Real Business columnist The City Grump.